It’s all happening! Ski season is here and it’s shaping up to be another great one. Here’s the latest for projected 2019/2020 ski resort opening dates in Colorado and Utah. Check back often for updates.

Oh, and if you don’t have a job for the winter season, start your job search now, and grab one before it’s too late. Many include free ski passes!

Colorado Opening Days

According to Google, Colorado holds 4 of USA’s most popular ski resorts, and for good reason. There’s so many amazing resorts to choose from! Some of Colorado’s ski resorts offer extended seasons as well, though dates are always subject to change. Keep an eye out for changes by joining our mailing list.

Related: The A-Z Guide to Colorado Ski Resorts

  • Arapahoe Basin: OPEN
  • Aspen Highlands: Dec. 7
  • Aspen Mountain: Nov. 23
  • Beaver Creek: Nov. 27
  • Breckenridge: OPEN
  • Buttermilk: Dec. 7
  • Copper Mountain: OPEN
  • Crested Butte: Nov. 27
  • Echo Mountain: Nov. 29
  • Eldora: OPEN
  • Granby Ranch: Dec. 13
  • Hesperus: Dec. 21
  • Howelsen Hill: Nov. 30
  • Kendall Mountain: Dec. 14
  • Keystone: OPEN
  • Loveland: OPEN
  • Monarch: OPEN
  • Powderhorn: Dec. 13
  • Purgatory: Nov. 23
  • Silverton: Dec. 26
  • Ski Cooper: Dec. 7
  • Snowmass: Nov. 23
  • Steamboat: OPEN
  • Sunlight: Dec. 13
  • Telluride: Nov. 28
  • Vail: OPEN
  • Winter Park: OPEN
  • Wolf Creek: OPEN

Utah Opening Days

The first Utah ski resorts will open in early November 2019. If you’ve never gone skiing in Utah before, make sure to check out our Utah ski resort guide. This will provide you a great overview of the major resorts there.

  • Alta: Nov. 29
  • Beaver Mountain: TBD
  • Brian Head: Nov. 15
  • Brighton: OPEN
  • Cherry Peak: TBD
  • Deer Valley: Dec. 7
  • Eagle Point: Dec. 20
  • Nordic Valley: TBD
  • Park City: Nov. 22
  • Powder Mountain: TBD
  • Snowbasin: Nov. 27
  • Snowbird: Nov. 29
  • Solitude: Nov. 29
  • Sundance: Dec. 6
  • Woodward: TBD

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